Distinguished James McGill Professor
Determination of site-specific Best/Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) with watershed scale modeling in order to reducing non-point source agricultural pollution from predominantly tile-drained rural watersheds and landscapes under changing climatic conditions. Safe and effective use of wastewater in agriculture. Innovative green technologies for untreated or partially treated wastewaters. Application of biochar as a topsoil amendment to reduce environmental pollution from conventional and emerging contaminants and nanoparticles and to increase resilience of crop production systems. Preferential flow of water and chemicals in soils.
Soil and water Pollution by conventional and emerging contaminants from predominantly rural areas